1000 Islands National Park

Thousand Islands National Park stewards 20 islands and three scenic mainland properties on the St. Lawrence River. Get away from it all on the crystal clear waters and see the picturesque granite islands, wind-swept majestic pines and riverside environments that have been the summer home of Haudenosaunee and Mississauga Anishinaabe First Nations for millennia. There are as many excursion opportunities as there are islands in the Park.

Witness Thousand Islands National Park as few do, from the intimate perspective of a boat, kayak, canoe or paddle board. Explore the secluded bays and dynamic channels of the Thousand Islands with your crew and find something to fascinate you around every bend; sunken ships, historic castles, and a landscape steeped in First Nations history. Lucky paddlers may glimpse a soaring bald eagle or a family of turtles basking on a rock. Chance upon a roving park interpreter and discover elements of the park’s nature and culture up close.

Breathe in the fresh air in a magnificent setting just a few hours from Toronto, Montreal or Ottawa. However you choose to experience Thousand Islands National Park, this accessible wilderness will foster a lifetime of treasured memories.


2 County Road 5, RR 3

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